Schools are NOT a main source of COVID-19 spread, 연구 결과

Schools are NOT a main source of COVID spread: Study of dozens of classrooms in Berlin finds just TWO students and one teacher tested positive last winter

  • A new study looked at nearly 1,000 재학생, teachers and household contacts across 24 classrooms in Berlin, 독일, 3 월 2021
  • Six cases of COVID-19 were detected, of which two were among students, one among teachers and three among household members
  • The students and teacher who contracted the virus all attended different schools
  • Researchers say the findings suggest there is a low level of infection at schools and that school closures ‘should be the last resortin controlling the pandemic
  • It comes just on the heels of an LA County study that found there is low Covid transmission at schools and few outbreaks
  • Schools are not the main source of 코로나 바이러스 감염증 -19 : 코로나 19 spread and do not cause a spike in cases, 새로운 연구 제안.

    Researchers from the Institute of Tropical Medicine and International Health in 베를린 looked the results of Covid tests across dozens of classrooms across between February 2021 그리고 3 월 2021.

    They found that just two students and one teacher tested positive, even as the Alpha variant that originated in the UK was gaining dominance in 독일.

    The team says the findings show that clusters of COVID-19 infections are not common in schools and that cases in classrooms are often isolated instances.

    The new study adds to the growing body of research that classrooms are not linked to frequent outbreaks and that students and teachers don’t test positive more frequently than those in the general population.

    A new study looked at nearly 1,000 재학생, teachers and household contacts across 24 classrooms in Berlin, 독일, 3 월 2021. 사진: Students attend school in Berlin, 팔월 2021

    A new study looked at nearly 1,000 재학생, teachers and household contacts across 24 classrooms in Berlin, 독일, 3 월 2021. 사진: Students attend school in Berlin, 팔월 2021

    A study found that six cases of COVID-19 were detected, of which two were among students, one among teachers and three among household members (위). The students and teacher who contracted the virus all attended different schools

    A study found that six cases of COVID-19 were detected, of which two were among students, one among teachers and three among household members (위). The students and teacher who contracted the virus all attended different schools

    연구를 위해, published on Tuesday in JAMA Network Open, the team looked at 24 school classes – 12 primary and 12 secondaryacross Berlin.

    의 898 참가자, 263 were students and 112 were teachers. 나머지 523 were household members of either pupils or staff.

    In Germany, after COVID-19 cases began rising in mid-February, the country imposed a lockdown and schools shut down.

    3 월 2021, schools opened again for in-person instruction, but many adopted a split class-model, with half of the original class size in attendance on alternating weeks.

    Researchers looked at COVID-19 cases both during lockdown and two to three weeks after classes resumed.

    Few Covid cases were detected in schools even as daily infections spiked in Germany (위), which researchers say suggest there is a low level of infection at schools

    Few Covid cases were detected in schools even as daily infections spiked in Germany (위), which researchers say suggest there is a low level of infection at schools

    잠금 중, the team found that just one symptomatic adult household member tested positive for the virus.

    No students or teachers who were swabbed were confirmed to have the virus during this time.

    Four weeks later, 3 월 2021, pupils returned to schools but with mitigation measures in place including three feet between desks, increased ventilation and frequent mask wearing.

    Of the participants tested, there were six confirmed infections: two students, one teacher and three household members.

    또 뭔데, the students and teacher who fell ill with COVID-19 attended different schools.

    New data from the LA County Department of Public Health found a total of 7,995 students out of 1.5 백만, or 0.5%, 과 1,193 staff out of 157,000, 또는 0.7%, have tested positive for COVID-19, which officials say is evidence that Covid transmission is low in schools

    New data from the LA County Department of Public Health found a total of 7,995 students out of 1.5 백만, 또는 0.5%, 과 1,193 staff out of 157,000, 또는 0.7%, have tested positive for COVID-19, which officials say is evidence that Covid transmission is low in schools

    The researchers say these cases were detected even as the Alpha variant was rapidly spreading across Germany, showing that schools are relatively safe even during surges.

    ‘In early 2021, we detected only isolated SARS-CoV-2 infections, no clusters, and one school attendee with an infection,’ the authors wrote.

    ‘This low level of infection at schools confirms our previous data…. Our data support that school closures should be the last resort in controlling the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.

    The study comes on the heels of a recent 보고서 from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH), which found COVID-19 outbreaks in schools are not common with few students and teachers testing positiveand a very small number of close contacts contracting the virus.

    Data published online found that, between August 15 9 월 13, 총 7,995 students and 1,193 staff tested positive for COVID-19.

    이상 1.5 million students in county schools and 175,000 직원, this means 0.5 percent of children and 0.7 percent workers have contracted the virus since schools reopened.

    추가로, a very small percentage of children have tested positive after coming into contact with infected individuals.

    According to the LADPH, 이상 30,000 students and staff were forced to quarantine for seven days after being in contact with a patient.

    하나, 다만 63 of them went on to test positive themselves, 에 상응하는 0.2 퍼센트.

    Health officials from the LADPH say COVID-19 protocols followed by the schools are likely cause for the low numbers, including indoor masking and universal testing by the Los Angeles Unified School District.

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